Take a trip to the Danube River, specifically where it flows through Budapest, Hungary, and you’ll see 60 pairs of iron shoes on its banks. These iron shoes tell a fascinating and tragic story that dates back to the Second World War.
The Colorado River in Page, Arizona, is an excellent place for fishing, hiking, tubing, and more. If you want to experience a new view of this impressive river, you can also plan a trip to Horseshoe Bend.
You might look at a supermarket and see it as a place to pick up groceries. Others see it as inspiration for their next art installation. This inspiration is exactly what brought the immersive “Omega Mart” exhibit to Las Vegas.
To many people, engagement rings have a deeper meaning than just jewelry. They are a sign of devotion, love, and commitment. They are an extensive symbol of faithfulness, perfection, and infinity. They are also a profound representation of two people uniting to embark on a beautiful journey of spending their entire life together.
For travelers looking to step off the beaten path and take a break from mainland Greece, the North Aegean islands — located in the northeastern Aegean Sea — are worth visiting.
If you’ve ever made a joke with a friend or loved one about something really crazy either of you might want to do, it just might happen. At least that’s the case for Trixie Mattel and her partner, David Silver. The “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” Season 3 winner ended up deciding on opening up a retro-kitschy style motel in Palm Springs, California.
Every July and August, Austria’s Bregenz Festival delivers incredible operatic performances and raises the curtain on a stunning new floating stage.
Most people don’t think twice about where their trash goes. However, environmental activist Rob Greenfield is on a mission to change that with the campaign “30 Days of Wearing My Trash.”
It is surprising how a simple leaf can create an incredibly magnificent scene. After all, there’s no specific way of doing art. Fallen leaves play a significant role in the art of Lito.
When one enters the ‘World Famous Crochet Museum,’ they’re instantly greeted by an assortment of crocheted creations, ranging from animals and fairy tale creatures to food homages and clothing. Barely capable of fitting two people within the building, visitors can expect to examine the museum’s interior space in roughly 15 minutes.